30 April - 19 May 2019

  • Re-Presenting Ireland

    Photo credit: Lucy Nuzum. The Night of the Big Wind

  • Re-Presenting Ireland

    Photo credit: Żaneta Górska. Undercurrent

  • Re-Presenting Ireland

    Photo credit: Claire Keogh. Wunderbar

  • Re-Presenting Ireland

    Photo credit: Luca Truffarelli.Tardigrade

Re-Presenting Ireland (Mixed Bill)

A showcase initiative of Culture Ireland, Dance Ireland and Dublin Dance Festival. Re-Presenting Ireland is the primary platform for Irish and Ireland-based choreographers and companies to introduce their work to international presenters and local audiences.

Studio Sharings @DanceHouse:

Claffey | Christofi Dance
The Night of the Big Wind
The folklore surrounding the night that a hurricane swept across Ireland in 1839, along with Irish proverbs, inspire this provocative piece.

Laura Murphy & Rob Heaslip
Wunderbar
By exploring the conditions of harmony and conflict, this duet tests the ideal of striving for stability within human interactions.

LaLoba | Kino Variatino
Undercurrent
A sensory journey of images and emotions looking at altered states of mind occurring during different phases of sleep.

Philip Connaughton
Tardigrade
Merging the real and the fantastical, three dancers negotiate unexplored territory in this sensual piece featuring live music, voice and video elements.

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Studio Sharings @ DanceHouse

  • Fri 23, Sat 24, Fri 30 & Sat 31 @ 12pm
  • Duration - 60 minutes (no interval)
  • €10
  • Post Show Talk: Sat 24 & Sat 31

Notes
Following an open call, the 2014 Re-Presenting Ireland programme has been curated by: Madeline Boughton (Culture Ireland), Paul Burns (DanceXchange and International Dance Festival Birmingham), Julia Carruthers (Dublin Dance Festival), Géraud Malard (Espace des Arts — Scène nationale de Chalon-sur-Saône) and Jenny Traynor (Dance Limerick).

Contains nudity.

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